Into-jmp-unconditional branch instruction-microprocessor, Assembly Language

INTO : Interrupt on Overflow:-

It is executed, when the overflow flag OF is set. The new contents of IP and CS register are taken from the address 0000:0000 as described in INT type instruction. It is equal to a Type 4 interrupt instruction.

JMP : Unconditional  lump:- 

This  instruction  transfers  the  control  unconditionally of execution to the specified address by using an 8-bit or 16-bit displacement (intra segment relative,  long or short) or CS : IP (intersegment  direct far). Flags are not affected by this instruction. Corresponding to the three technique of specifying jump addresses, the JUMP instruction has following formats.

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